Despite the confession, the 'Bridesmaids' actress tells Anderson Cooper on his daytime talk show that she has so many other things to worry about beside her struggles with weight.
Like many other women, Melissa McCarthy dreams of having a svelte figure. The Molly Flynn of "Mike & Molly" sat down for an interview on "Anderson" that aired on Monday, November 28, and admitted to host Anderson Cooper, "I hope I wake up at like 94 pounds."
Melissa, however, was quick to say, "But I don't think that's going to happen." When discussing about her struggles with weight, the "Bridesmaids" actress opened up, "I've been up and down. I've been much thinner since my second baby. I'm still working on it. It's a work in progress."
The 41-year-old didn't worry too much about dropping pounds though. "There's so many other things to worry about. I still worry about it, but I think, my kids are healthy, I've got a great husband, and I go to work every day and do what I want," she said. "I'll keep working on [my body]. I just can't put any time to worrying about it."
In another news, Melissa has revealed that she's launching her own plus-size fashion line, which she'll co-design with couturier Daniella Pearl. Speaking about the line, she told Us Weekly, "I just want people to wear it and feel good about themselves. I haven't thought about anyone else but me! It's just a lame way to get me clothes I want."